In Part II of her exploration of recruitment to the legal profession, Wanipa explores some of the specific challenges faced by black candidates. Her guests discuss self-confidence, unconscious bias, and the simple fact of candidates looking very different to the people interviewing them.

Check out Wanipa’s discussion with Julie Quist-Therson of SEO London on whether supporting black students constitutes positive discrimination or unfairly singling out one group over other disadvantaged groups.

And skip forward to 10.15 for Wanipa’s discussion with Tashan Dwyer on the responsibility they feel for helping the next generation of black lawyers come up.